A myriad of Kenyans online has expressed mixed reactions, in regards to the latest political move. That has seen popular musician turned City Politician for Starehe Counstiuency, Jaquar decamp from his Jubilee party for DP Ruto linked United Democratic Alliance Party.
Via viral photos shared online by Mp Ndindi Nyoro, The Member of Parliament is seen being warmly received by DP Ruto and other UDA party officials.
Below is the Facebook image;
Below are the photos;Photos; DP Ruto and Starehe Member of Parliament, Jaquar.
As others remained of the wonder to see and hear that the young parliamentarian has joined DP Ruto's political camp, criticizing the move as a wrong decision.
"They can all join UDA, we need a strong opposition in 2022," one Facebook user identified as James slammed Jaguar's political move.
Some remained in solidarity with Jaquar, wishing him well in his new political pursuits in DP Ruto's political camp.
"Growing big every day this victory is ours UDA all the way," one Facebook user identified as Andrew penned down.
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